Massive recall in France: above all, do not consume this very popular food in the summer, dangerous and contaminated, it is packets of crisps

The list of products subject to a recall procedure just stretching out. Recently, it affected chip packets. Products from these batches should therefore not be consumed, as they contain a poisonous substance in high quantity. Reminder Conso invites consumers to be vigilant.

The batches of crisps affected by the recall procedure

As indicated on the Rappel Conso website, the recall procedure concerns several batches.

Here they are :

  • Alnatura organic plain corn chips (125 g). Marketed almost everywhere in France between March 31 and July 26, 2022, they have a barcode 4104420239340 and 4104420239340.
  • Organic Plain Tortilla Chips Bouton d’Or (150 g). Listings in Intermarché stores between February 14 and July 27, 2022, they have a barcode 3250392560256.
  • Auchan plain tortilla chips. Marketed in all Auchan stores in France until July 26, 2022, the batches concerned by the recall have an international article code (GTIN) 3596710465019 and 3596710465026.
  • Plain organic tortilla chips (150 g) and Bio Village organic chili tortilla chips (150 g). On sale in Leclerc stores between February 1 and July 26, 2022, their international item code (GTIN) 3564707115728 and 3564707152945.
  • Organic Carrefour chili tortilla chips (125 g). Offered on the shelves of Carrefour stores between February 24 and July 22, 2022, the lots concerned have the barcode 3564707115728 and 3564707152945.
  • Alnatura organic paprika corn chips (125 g). On sale in Cora stores between April 12 and July 26, 2022, the products have the barcode 4104420054806.
  • Corn rolls flavored with Alnatura organic mild salsa sauce (125 g). Marketed at Cora between March 3 and July 26, 2022, they have a barcode 4104420235182 and 4104420239425.
  • Casino Organic Tortilla Chips (125g). On sale in Casino, Spar and Vival supermarkets, reported batches have international item code (GTIN) 3222476859822.

Packets of contaminated crisps: the reflexes to have

The ice creams affected by the recall are non-edible, because the amount of tropane alkaloids they contain is greater than normal. Note that ingesting these tropane alkaloids in too large quantities can be harmful to health.

The fact is they can cause nausea and headaches. In some cases, they also affect heart rate and the nervous system.

“The tropane alkaloids (atropine and scopolamine) are toxic substances naturally present in certain species of “weed” plants”, can we read on the Rappel Conso site.

In addition, people who may have consumed the products should see a doctor. If you have any at home, you must throw them away or bring them back to the store to get a refund.

Batches of ice cream reported

Lately, a campaign reminder hit several batches of ice cream. In question ? The presence of a chemical contaminant, 2-chloroethanol.

Here are the batches concerned by the recall procedure:

  • Häagen-Dazs multipack ice creams. They were marketed throughout France between March 8 and July 29, 2022.
  • Ice creams, minicups and tubs. They were sold in several large supermarkets in France between March 16 and July 29, 2022. Their minimum durability date is between March 16 and April 29, 2023.
  • Häagen-Dazs brand sticks and mini-sticks. They were sold in several supermarkets including Casino, Auchan, Carrefour, Intermarché and Monoprix. The expiry date of the products is included between the March 16 and April 29, 2023.

Reminder Conso indicates that 2-Chloroethanol is a dangerous chemical contaminant. It is poisonous and can harm the health of consumers. It is for this reason that it is essential not to consume the ice creams that are the subject of a recall. Indeed, it is better to throw them away or destroy them. By returning them to a point of sale, you can also receive a repayment.

For information, the list of all product recalls can be found on the Recall website. consumption. You can consult it whenever you want. And this, for free. Note that the site exists thanks to the initiative of the Directorate General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF) in April 2021.

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